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Federico Di Francesco 'deeply troubled' by racism allegations after spitting mad Costa now claims: 'You don't know what he said to me'Federico Di Francesco has dismissed claims he racially abused Douglas CostaThe Brazilian spat in his face during a heated incident in their Serie A clash The flash point came during stoppage time at the end of Juventus' 2-1 victoryThe Sassuolo man insisted he was left 'deeply troubled' by claims of racism Costa replied to a post on Instagram saying 'You don't know what he said to me' By Max Winters For Mailonline Published: 11:32 EDT, 18 September 2018 | Updated: 11:54 EDT, 18 September 2018 Sassuolo's Federico Di Francesco has dismissed claims he racially abused Juventus winger Douglas Costa after the Brazilian spat in his face during a heated incident in their Serie A clash on Sunday.Costa is facing a heavy fine from his club and also a suspension from the Italian Football Federation following the incident…
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Douglas Costa facing hefty ban for spitting in Federico Di Francesco's mouth after headbutting Sassuolo man during ugly end to Juventus winJuventus won 2-1 at Sassuolo to claim another three points in Serie A on SundayBut Juve's win was marred late on by a stoppage-time red card for Douglas CostaBrazilian Costa headbutted Federico Di Francesco and then spat in his mouth Costa also struck Di Francesco with his elbow and will likely be hit with a big banBy Robert Summerscales For Mailonline Published: 11:38 EDT, 16 September 2018 | Updated: 12:47 EDT, 16 September 2018 Juventus star Douglas Costa is expected to be hit with a hefty ban after headbutting an opponent and then spitting in his mouth during Sunday's 2-1 win over Sassuolo.The game should have been remembered for Cristiano Ronaldo scoring his first two Juventus goals, but villain Costa's late antics took the attention away from his team-mate. Costa's minute of madness came in stoppage time…
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France charges two men over suspected plot to kill Congo Republic opposition figure By Reuters Published: 14:59 EDT, 14 September 2018 | Updated: 14:59 EDT, 14 September 2018 LYON, France, Sept 14 (Reuters) - French prosecutors have charged two French men over a suspected plot to assassinate an opposition politician from Congo Republic living in the Paris region, an official from the prosecutor's office said on Friday. The two men were charged in the city of Lyon on Wednesday with association with criminals and possession of explosives, the official said without naming the target or giving details of the plot. A third man suspected of involvement in the case was arrested as a witness but has not been charged, the official added. A Congolese government spokesman could not be immediately reached for comment. Human rights groups often criticize Congolese authorities for heavy-handed tactics toward opposition leaders and demonstrators. Severa…
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Welcome to Stade Didier Deschamps! France boss has stadium renamed in his honour after World Cup triumphFrance manager Didier Deschamps attends renaming ceremony in MonacoPrince Albert also in attendance as Stade Marquet renamed for DeschampsDeschamps already has a stadium named after him in hometown of Bayonne By Alex Martin For Mailonline Published: 14:12 EDT, 12 September 2018 | Updated: 14:58 EDT, 12 September 2018 The legend of France manager Didier Deschamps grew substantially on Wednesday after a second stadium was named in his honour.Deschamps has already got a stadium named after him, located in his hometown of Bayonne, but has added to his collection with the renaming of the Stade Marquet in Monaco.Located mere inches away from the imposing Stade Louis II, the football ground's new name was unveiled in the presence of the France manager and Prince Albert II of Monaco. Didier Deschamps and Monaco's P…
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'Zlatan who?': Alphonse Areola shows his incredible flexibility as he kicks the CROSSBAR before France vs HollandFrance keeper Alphonse Areola impresses with a remarkable pre-game routineHis high kick hits the crossbar and draws comparison to Zlatan Ibrahimovic Areola played for France against Germany and Holland in Hugo Lloris' absenceAgainst Germany, Areola starred with six saves to secure a goalless draw By James Ayles For Mailonline Published: 07:04 EDT, 11 September 2018 | Updated: 07:56 EDT, 11 September 2018 Alphonse Areola offered a demonstration of his impressive athleticism as he kicked the crossbar while warming up before France's Nations League match win over Holland.The PSG stopper, who stands at 6ft 5in, made contact with the 10ft-high woodwork after a prodigious leap and kick that drew astonishment on social media.Bouncing up and down on his goalline, the Parisian leaps directly upwards and kicks out with his right boot, hitting the…
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9 days ago · From The News
France players and fans serenade N'Golo Kante with his own song while Paul Pogba does the 'Milly Rock' dance as the world champions celebrate their superb summer after beating Holland in ParisPaul Pogba and N'Golo Kante were at the centre of the celebrations as France staged a homecoming partyThe squad came back out onto the field to parade the World Cup trophy in front of fans after beating HollandPlayers and fans serenaded Kante with a rendition of his own song after their 2-1 victory in the Nations LeagueEnergetic Manchester United midfielder Pogba performed the 'Milly Rock' dance and also dabbed at the eventBy Robert Summerscales For Mailonline Published: 18:12 EDT, 9 September 2018 | Updated: 18:45 EDT, 9 September 2018 France threw a homecoming party in Paris to celebrate this summer's World Cup triumph after beating Holland 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League on Sunday night.N'Golo Kante may be one of France's more reserved characters but …
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France 2-1 Holland: Kylian Mbappe and Olivier Giroud strike to seal UEFA Nations League points in extravagant Paris homecoming for world championsFrance recorded their first ever win in the UEFA Nations League by beating Holland 2-1 in Paris on SundayKylian Mbappe scored the opening goal on 14 minutes after a Blaise Matuidi following a defensive errorWinger Ryan Babel drew Holland level on 67 minutes but Olivier Giroud struck the winner moments laterBy Jack Gaughan for MailOnline Published: 16:41 EDT, 9 September 2018 | Updated: 16:45 EDT, 9 September 2018 Even Didier Deschamps was caught smiling. That was the sort of night this was in Paris.France's homecoming was extravagant, from the two golden stars fashioned in the Stade de France stands to symbolise two World Cup victories in 20 years, to the parade of the trophy afterwards.The rendition of 'La Marseillaise' felt even more atmospheric than ever, a huge banner lay on the pitch reading 'Champi…
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France vs Holland, LIVE: Didier Deschamps' side look to register first Nations League win at Stade de FranceFrance take on Holland in the Nations League at the Stade de France on Sunday France opened their Nations League campaign with a draw against Germany The world champions will be aiming for success in front of their home fans Germany will be without Manchester City winger Leroy Sane for the fixture By Nathan Salt For Mailonline Published: 12:52 EDT, 9 September 2018 | Updated: 14:56 EDT, 9 September 2018 TEN MINUTES: France dominating proceedingsAfter a bright start from the Oranje, France have firmly taken control of this one and are threatening from both wings as Holland look to clear their lines for some respite.It's a five-at-the-back when they are defending and boss Ronald Koeman will be concerned with the last five minutes.Get the feeling a goal is imminent (potential curse of the live commentator here...) EIGHT MINUTES: Mbappe is looking…
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Olivier Giroud believes Germany draw showed France will not be a soft touch after World Cup win: 'Once again we were very efficient at the back'Some in France feared there would be a hangover from World Cup victory Didier Deschamps' team battled to a draw with Germany in Munich on ThursdayOlivier Giroud believes it was important to show that Les Bleus are 'solid'  By Joe Bernstein for the Daily Mail Published: 17:30 EDT, 7 September 2018 | Updated: 18:36 EDT, 7 September 2018 France have proved they won’t be going soft after winning the World Cup, according to Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud.Didier Deschamps’ team battled for a goalless draw against Germany in Munich on Thursday night to leave Giroud stating: ‘We played that kind of game in the World Cup. We showed on the pitch that we have a good understanding.‘This was a special game, the first one after the World Cup. The important thing for us was to show that we are still very solid, one more…
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12 days ago · From The News
Now Moscow's 'spying in SPACE': France accuses Russian craft 'with big ears' of trying to eavesdrop on its military communications satelliteFrench defence minister Florence Parly accused Russia of 'Star Wars' in spaceShe claimed Russia's Luch-Olymp satellite approached the Athena-Fidus craftThe French-Italian satellite is used for secure military communications and plansBy Tim Stickings For Mailonline and Ap and Afp Published: 12:09 EDT, 7 September 2018 | Updated: 14:50 EDT, 7 September 2018 A Russian satellite 'with big ears' tried to spy on a French craft in an bid to eavesdrop on military communications, France's defence minister alleged today.Florence Parly said the Athena-Fidus satellite, operated jointly with Italy, was approached 'a bit too closely' by Russia's Luch-Olymp, known for its advanced listening capabilities.In what she said amounted to 'Star Wars' above the Earth, she named the Russian satellite as Louc…
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Benjamin Pavard left with gruesome injury during France's clash with Germany after Antonio Rudiger stamps on his neckBenjamin Pavard was left with stud marks on his neck during France vs GermanyAntonio Rudiger's boots scraped across Pavard's neck after he made a tackle Rudiger was not penalised but fans took to social media to say it was deliberate By Michael Searles For Mailonline Published: 15:39 EDT, 6 September 2018 | Updated: 20:54 EDT, 6 September 2018 The UEFA Nations League got off to a horror start for France full-back Benjamin Pavard after he was left with some hefty stud marks on his neck.Pavard was stamped on by Germany's Antonio Rudiger during the opening stages as he made a sliding tackle on the wing.Rudiger's boots scraped along the neck of Pavard and left him with a nasty injury although no free-fick was awarded.Scroll down for video  Benjamin Pavard was left with some deep cuts to his neck aft…
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13 days ago · From The News
Germany 0-0 France: Ilkay Gundogan whistled by sections of home crowd as the division afflicting German football is laid bare in Nations League opener against Didier Deschamps' world ChampionsGermany faced France in the first match since their disastrous World Cup campaign in Russia this summerJoachim Low's side went out in the group stages before Didier Deschamps led France to World Cup gloryThe two European powerhouses clashed in the UEFA Nations League but neither could find breakthrough Ilkay Gundogan received some catcalls when he came on to replace Leon Goretzka during the second half France goalkeeper Alphonse Areola made several brilliant stops as the game finished goalless in MunichBy Joe Bernstein for the Daily Mail Published: 16:38 EDT, 6 September 2018 | Updated: 16:53 EDT, 6 September 2018 Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan was whistled by a section of the Germany crowd as Uefa's new Nations League debuted with a heavyweight stalemate in Mu…
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Nations League LIVE: Germany take on world champions France, plus Wales vs Republic of Ireland and all the restGermany and France meet on the opening night of the UEFA Nations LeagueThere is also a home nations tussle between Wales and the Republic of IrelandHolland, Portugal and Croatia are all in friendly action across the continentFollow all the action on a busy night of international football with MAX WINTERSBy Max Winters For Mailonline Published: 13:07 EDT, 6 September 2018 | Updated: 13:53 EDT, 6 September 2018 The UEFA Nations League finally gets underway tonight with a busy fixture list including a mammoth showdown between Germany and world champions France in Munich. The tournament sees 55 European nations competing in four leagues, with Euro 2020 play-off spots on offer. There is promotion and relegation between each league while the top division will finish with a four-team mini-tournament, to be held in June next year.Also tonight there is a home nations tussle betwee…
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Nation League starts with a bang as Germany face France and Wales take on Ireland... but who else will be in action and where can you watch it?Germany face France on Thursday evening, while Wales host Ireland in CardiffPoland and Italy will have a point to prove on Friday evening after recent failuresEngland take on Spain at Wembley, in first game since their fine World Cup run And the best friendly in store... is Portugal vs Croatia on Thursday evening By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline Published: 05:45 EDT, 6 September 2018 | Updated: 05:48 EDT, 6 September 2018 The UEFA Nations League kicks off on Thursday evening and there are some absolute crackers to get us started with.Germany's home clash with France is the most mouth-watering tie on Thursday, as the reigning World Cup winners look to continue their dominance with victory over the 2014 champions.Wales against Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium is set to be a feisty and high-tempo clash, while we…
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